Welcome to the web site of Bedworth Folk Club.
General Information
The Club, which has run almost continuously since 1972, meets every 2nd wednesday of the month (8pm start) in the Smercote Lounge at The Newdigate Club in Smorrall Lane, Bedworth (CV12 0JP), and also holds a second night most months on the 4th wednesday, except June - August (also 8pm start) at Bedworth Rugby Club. The club is quite unique in that there is no admission charge despite the fact that there are top rate guests at almost every meeting (we just pass the jug around so you can give as much or as little as you wish a minimum of the price of a pint (around about £3 - £5) is suggested – our aim is always for everyone, guests, audience and floor singers alike to have a really good time.Floor singers are always welcome but we get very busy so we recommend a call or email to reserve a spot, on the night it is very much first come first served – if there is space available.
 Our next three event dates are:
(or follow this link for full guest list)
(Wednesday) February 22nd 2017 at Bedworth Rugby Club


DRAGONHEAD are a husband and wife duo, offering an eclectic mix of traditional & modern folk with a Cajun slant. Ann and John's repertoire offers audiences the chance to join in and have fun. They will certainly have your feet tapping right from the start. Having supported the North Warwickshire Folk Clubs, Bedworth, Nuneaton and Atherstone, they have successfully organised Folk Nights at various Church Halls and Community Centres to promote folk artists both old and new alike.
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(Wednesday) March 8th 2017 at Newdigate Club

Sally Ironmonger & Brian Carter

About me - I am a singer-songwriter based in Medway, writing and performing with Brian Carter, my husband, guitarist, and musical director. Our aim is to entertain, with songs that make you laugh, or cry, or just think and make a connection with listeners and audiences. We tend to get categorised as folk musicians I guess because what we do tends to be stripped down, unplugged, story based. Let's not get into a debate about what folk music is, suffice to say that what we do is contemporary, with a nod to traditional themes. Brian has worked as a professional and semi-professional musician all of his adult life. Over the years he has developed a style which fuses jazz, folk & latin to produce a unique mix of melody and bass rhythms. I only really found my wings since we met in the 1990s although I always loved to sing, and strummed guitar to accompany myself, it was Brian who promised to put my name up in chalk. Over the years we have written commissions for BBC documentaries and Broadstairs Folk Week, we ran the First Friday Folk club at the Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate, and have been supporting artists for Barbara Dickson, Jacqui McShee, Chris Wood & Jez Lowe.
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(Wednesday) March 22nd 2017 at Bedworth Rugby Club

The Thrupp'ny Bits

THRUP'NNY BITS, being Des Patalong, Barbara and Gareth Wyatt, have been friends for a long time and have appeared at the Festival and Folk Clubs helping raise funds through the Fund Raiser events as well as being guests at both the North Warwickshire Folk Clubs and many other festivals around the country. Their vast repertoire of chorus songs are taken mostly from the traditional spectrum and also included a couple of Music Hall songs together with a few contemporary ditties. The emphasis for all their performances being on entertainment and fun.
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